In Men's Club news, Jeff "I Told You I Can Play" Buhr shot a whopping 28.5 to take first-place honors over Tom "Ranger Dog" Webster by .03 of a shot at 28.8. Third place went to Dale "Hopalong" Gallop with 30.5, .04 ahead of Rick "I'm Hitting Long Now" Stevenson at 30.9. The sand continued as once again Everett "Action" Jackson shot a 30.5 for first-place honors on the back side, beating out Brian "I'm Not Talking" Clancy at 32.2 for second place. Third place went to Mike "Herman" Munsterman, who shot 32.6. Fourth place was shared by Webster and Greg Dwyer at 32.8. Closest to the pin honor went to Gallop on No. 6, Rich "Yep, I Told You I Was A Sandbagger" Silva on No. 8, Calvin "Howie" Hughes on No. 10, Bob "I'm Still Here" Maher on No. 14 and Glenn "Yes I Told You I'm The Biggest Sandbagger" Woosley on No. 17.
In Ladies Club news, scores counted on the odd holes only last week. First-place gross went to Julie Brackett with 40, and second went to Vickie Colacicco with 45. First-place net went to Brenda Stewart with 39.5, and second went to Lois Waller with 40. Closest to the pin honors went to Colacicco on No. 8, and Pat Lundell made a birdie on No. 4. Fewest putts was a tie at 32 between Lundell, Waller, Mary Ann Martin, Christie Fiore and Sheila Palmer.
With courses in the valley closing and high school golf, it's really important to find out what's happening at the golf course on a daily basis and make tee times. We are booked on Friday from 6:24 a.m. until 1:18 p.m. with tee times, and Sunday has an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start until 1:30 p.m. On Sept 23 and 24, TaylorMade golf will hold a demo day with the latest equipment starting at 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. the 23rd and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the 24th. Each session takes a half hour, so call me at the golf shop for an appointment. Sept. 26 and 28 we have a shotgun start at 8 a.m. with 144 players. Tee boxes will be open at 2 p.m.